Sheryl Crow was in town last night for a sold out concert. Yesterday afternoon Crow stopped by Cox radio and said she understood how people in Oklahoma felt who had been hit by recent tornados because she had lived through one herself.
"We watched this tornado take out all of our windows and just missed our house. It's such a strange phenomenon that a tornado will come through and leave certain things and just blow other things out."
Crow was under the kitchen table with her mother when the twister skipped her house and destroyed houses across the street. Now, years later, the picture is still vivid.
"Oh, I still talk about it, you know, and definitely people who've lived through tornadoes can definitely empathize.
Crow is releasing her first country album this September.